Division Three West A: Cardigan 64-0 Pembroke Dock Harlequins

Cardigan player-coach Colin Davies signed off in style at the King George Vth Memorial Ground on Saturday as the Teifisiders notched a big win against Pembroke Dock.

Davies, who has been a talismanic figure at the club for well over a decade, will now step away from rugby and is sure to leave a big void.

"I just want to thank the guys who stood by me as coach over that last two years," he told Telegraph Sport.

"There is loads of ability in this squad and if they stick together and put the effort in they should be following the likes of Milford and Pembroke up the leagues."

Davies, whose family were there to see his farewell, was also given the kicking duties for the day, and the No 8 landed six conversions before coming off to big applause towards the end.

It was hooker Liam Wilkes who starred on the try count front as he touched down four times, while full back Iwan John crossed twice and No 10 Sion Edwards, second row Andrew Fletcher, flanker Tom Taylor and replacement Ryan Foot also scored.

It means a seventh placed finish for Cardigan, while the Quins still have two away games to go at Aberaeron this Saturday and then Laugharne.

Cardigan: Iwan John, Rhydian Jenkins, Gruffydd Lewis, Emyr Harries, Dafydd Owens, Sion Edwards, Tom Dunn, William Brice, Liam Wilkes, Ben Hughes, Dylan Davies, Andrew Fletcher, Tom Taylor (capt), Geraint Williams, Colin Davies. Replacements: Will Delaney, Elliot Dry, Dafydd Wyn Rotie, Ryan Foot, Kieran Greenland.